However, these are few and far between and should by no means detract from the enjoyment of the recordings themselves. This is Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing limited edition of copies. Akio Suzuki is known as a pioneer of sound art, but the breadth of his activities and the form of his works far exceeds the normal boundaries of sound art.
It is perhaps more as a "quester after sound and space" that he has received the most attention from artists in many fields. Suzuki's journey as an artist began in with a performance at Nagoya station in Japan, in which he threw a bucket full of junk down a staircase. The inspiration behind this performance was the idea that if one were to hurl an object down a well-balanced stairway, a pleasant rhythm might be the result.
Since that time, a playful yet deep desire to not only hear, but truly listen has remained the one constant in Suzuki's approach as a sound artist. During the sixties, Suzuki's sense of playfulness led him to undertake a series of Self-Study Events, where he explored the processes of "throwing" and "following", taking the natural world as his collaborator.
The experiences he gained in these events led him in the seventies to invent an echo instrument he named Analapos. The instrument's structure resembles that of two mirrors facing each other, reflecting into infinity.
This space consists of two huge parallel walls, in between which the Hector Rivera Playing It Cool I Got My Eye On You can sit all Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing and purify his hearing by listening to the reflected sounds of nature.
The cover was the reason I spend my little money. Some weeks ago I found it second-hand for a few bucks and enjoyed it again after more then thirty years Chappaqua A2. Running Deer A3. Allah Rocking A4. Om A5. Raga Miniatue B1. Back To Earth B2.
Raga B3. Sweet Russell B4. Orgy B5. CBS — S 63 lp rip. Regular followers will probably know of my abiding love for L'Intercommunal. Over the last few years I've posted all four volumes of Intercommunal including the homage to Jo Maka.
Last year I managed to locate "Apres la Maree Noire" which added two Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing players from Bretagne and this year, I managed to find what must be vol. I don't think there were more Intercommunal coming after this one. Here we have two long slabs, covering a full side each, not unlike African records of the time. Lay down a riff and a solid groove underneath, put some vocals and horns on top and keep the show going for as long as there is any breath left.
On this, we have some of the crew from the early days, Catalan vocalist Carlos Andreu, the two bombarde players, regular jazz stalwarts Bernard Vitet and Jean-Jacques Avenel and Tusques and the rhythm section keeping things moving briskly along. Not a very uptight set, this one, definitely one for the Mediterranean and further south.
Somehow the vibe got me thinking of Rascals' "Peaceful World" which also lasted a full Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing - a very mellow world at that. Muntu Chant [O. Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing 2.
Heavenly [E. Green] 3. Doug's Prelude [C. Jordan] 4. Almost Like Me [O. Pope] 5. Little M's Lady [E. Green] 6. Cis [O. Pope] Total Time Cis. This is the concluding post of the Alm-Uranoia thread Duo Improvisation B. This is really a great recording!! Say thanks to Andy who again proofed his generosity! Enjoy you all - and buy Go and get ya one - as I will do!! Here's another follow-up to an earlier post.
A while ago we posted a set of these two gentlemen recorded at Kalisz in Poland in December Fourteen months prior to the Various Metropolis in Poland, they recorded this set at the Sweet Basil in New York in October The promised Vol.
As pieces pretty Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing run together, sides A and B are ripped as two separate files. Thanks to Robert aka amnesia for supplying these sides.
Cross - there are very few and less are available. Thanks to W. Does anyone have the first three LPs? March B1. We posted vol.
I have always been a fan of Tyler. There is something intangibly melancholic sweet to his tone which resonates with me and of course, his compositions also have that Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing quality which endears him to me.
I guess my favourite album is the "Eastern Man Alone" which has Tyler with one cellist and two bassists. A somewhat unusual combination, for sure, but one that works, at least to these ears. His 70s output is fine as well and what we have on offer is an early 80s concert at Fasching in Stockholm, Sweden. As always, Tyler switches between alto and baritone on this redording and the A side features him on alto and the B side on baritone.
Personally, I have a preference for his alto as I find it to be more expressive, but the gruffer, more abrasive sound of his baritone brings out another side of his musical personality.
All in all, essential listening IMHO. We have posted some further Tyler in the past, but I don't know whether the links are still operative. Tracks: A1. Train to Stockholm Autechre Exai. A hip day in L.
Haze 3. Bagatelle 6 4. Little Eyes 5. Inter-Action 6. Circle, Chain, Mirror 7. Ida Lupino 8. Waltz Step 9. Wolofu Bugu Bolibana A2. African Ancestrian Piece B3. Bouncing With Babe A2. De Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing A3. Burengerucht B1. De Wedstrijd B2.
First Attack Dauner 2. Sticks To Come Mangelsdorff 3. Dropsticks Bennink 4. I Remember Clifford A2. Sonnymoon For Two B1. Reborn One B2. Reborn Two J. Down South A2. Ikaya A3. Deep Down Feeling A4. Schooldays B1. Opportunities B2. Flame Tree B3. Serviceton, in the comments to his post of Arthur Blythe's bush baby has kindly also added the classic Horace Tapscott album 'the giant is awakened' another beauty as yet unreissued on disc except briefly in japan as a semi authorised 'release".
Note: This a re-up kind-of of the post from Sotise Almostmaybesometimesnever B4. Don's Song A2. Cherry B1. Bra Joe From Kilimanjaro B2. Jabulani-Easter Joy B3. Waya-Wa-Egoli B4. Swazi B5.
Requiem for Che Guevara What is Democracy? Yes, the message is therebut this is dense, powerful music that delivers its Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing through elegant complexity. There is a propulsive force that reminds me of Mingus and Cecil Taylor, and Wadada seems to want to make reference to several voices of Miles Davis Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing I can hear mids Miles to begin with, and Live-Evil later, and it is this changing Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing that seems to successfully create the space for the string quartet in the later pieces.
Many thanks Takehisa Kosugi Akio Suzuki New Sense Of Hearing Tom Philips Kraftwerk The Mix recorded this from Radio 3 in excellent quality, and also to Stefano for the artwork included. Mattox Medley A2. Saint Michel B1.
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